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how is she bigotted? how is she bigotted? >> she's selling them down the tubes. because she's not doing anything for those communities. >> dark disturbing, sinister, in the start, donald trump has built his campaign on prejudice and paranoia. >> the candidates digging a grand canyon sized racial divide as the personal attacks get uglier. >> who killed two catholic nuns? police are searching for clues. >> over 900 aftershocks have hampered rescue crews and then to some good and bad news for ryan lochte. and jimmy fallon as donald trump
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barbara streisand. "early today" starts now. >> happy friday to you. the country wakes up this morning following the nastiest day of campaigning yet as donald trump matches hillary clinton's fire with fire. >> she's a bigot because you look at what's happening to the inner cities, you look at what's happening to african americans and hispanics in this country where she talks all the time. >> bigotted is having hatred toward a particular group. >> she's selling them down the tubes. she's not doing anything for she talks a good game. >> so she has hatred or -- >> the policies are bigotted. she knows they're not going to work. >> you're saying she's personally bigotted. >> of course she is. >> he denounced the clinton campaign's against him. >> you're racist. you're racist. it's a tired, disgusting
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and it's so totally predictable. >> well, now, trump is turning the tables on his opponent putting out a new ad that goes after clinton for her own alleged racism during the 2008 campaign. clinton delivered a blistering denunciation of trump's personal history and delined him with the alternative right movement. >> a fringe element that has effectively taken over the republican party. the paranoid fringe now calls itself alt-right. there's always been a paranoid fringe in our politics a lot of it arising from racial resentment but it's never had the nominee of a major party stoking it, encouraging it until now. >> trump offered fate praise for clinton writing hillary clinton only knows how to make a speech when it is a hit on me. no policy and always very short stamina.
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but a post on the site medium as pro clinton supermac released a bridge for trump with white supremacist. joining us for more is trey zi potts. >> what is this movement that she's aligning trump with. >> reporter: it's an alternative to the superconservative wing of the republican party. made up of clinton argues of white who have rebranded themselves. she argues hate groups, people who seem to be attracted to donald trump's campaign and part of the reason she argues is because of some of the people involved in his campaign, people like stephen bannon who is his ceo but who used to be the head of a conservative website that at times has put out questionable headlines about women and other minority groups
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movement that she says is not only attracted to donald trump's campaign but legitimized by trump's campaign and even if he's not running it he seems to be aligning himself with it. that's her argument and you'll hear a lot about alt-right in the next few days. and this morning donald trump is making yet another dramatic shift on immigration. >> if they haven't committed a crime, is there going to be a -- >> first thing -- no, there's not a pass. unless people leave the country -- well, when they come back in, if they come back in then they can start paying taxes. but there is no pass to legalization unless they leave the country and come back. >> the pivot is now causing an uprising within republican circles with conservative voices all bashing trump for the switch. and new this morning uncovered details of the ceo and
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nbc news confirms bannon was involved in a domestic case involving his wife. the charges were dismissed. his former manager had an incident with a former writer. he was not ultimately charged in that incident. meanwhile, new polling has clinton with a 10-point lead nationally. the poll was taken a launched a shakeup last week. trump will head to nevada. his democratic vice presidential nominee tim kaine tours through the battleground state of florida. authorities in jackson, mississippi say two catholic nuns have been found slain in their home. police say sisters and nurse practitioners were found dead when they didn't report to work as normal. it appears the nuns were homicide victims however, no motive has been released. it's not immediately clear if their religious work had anything to do with their
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a suspect. a statement from the sisters of charity of nazareth where one of the nuns worked asked to pray for the precious lives of sisters paula and margaret. they served the poor so well. they also asked to pray for the perpetrators. it's been two days since a powerful quake shook central italy and the death toll is still rising. nearly 270 lives have been lost. over 300 remain hospitalized. rescue cre a through rubble for survives and dodging debris as hundreds of aftershocks continue to jolt the region. we're on the ground in amatrice. what is the latest there? >> reporter: good morning, betty. i just want to start off by explaining exactly where i am. amatrice is actually about 15 minutes away from where we're located but we have not been able to get through. the road is completely closed in part because of a bridge that partially collapsed overnight.
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he told us that several bridges leading into that town are no longer usable and that leaves amatrice which is the hardest hit area with the most casualties isolated. no one could get in or out. rescue operations are still continuing. they were working overnight. no bodies pulled out alive and the priority remains to try to find people who are still trapped underneath. they do believe there are still people trapped. you can see because of the massive aftershocks including a further destabilized the area. more structures are collapsing and it's making rescues almost impossible. it is a very difficult situation and the fear is the next aftershock could be even stronger. >> what a desperate situation there. thank you so much, lucy. >> no response. weapons uncovered.
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and iran. an iranian vessel leaving the squall with no other option but to fire warning shots to prevent a collision. the pentagon was quick to respond, calling the action unsafe and unprofessional. >> these steps were taken in order to make sure that our crew and our ship, they're able to protect themselves and to try and prevent this from escalating into a more serious situation. >> iran's defense minister says his naval forces will warn o confront any foreign ship entering territorial waters but the u.s. asserts its ships were in international waters during the confrontation. so if you thought ryan lochte's apology was enough to settle the dust, think again. brazilian police have charged the olympic medalist with filing a false police report during the games. the swimmer is now being summoned to appear before a
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while he lost four major sponsors this week alone the swimmer did pick up pine brothers throat drops as a new sponsor. the company released a statement to the public saying just as pine brothers is forgiving to your throat the company asked for a little forgiveness for an american legend. just ahead a big development on those long security lines but first a look at the weekend weather. bill, the pressure is on. >> the questions are all about florida and this is highly disorganized and it looks like some rain for florida. no significant development the next 48 hours. it will be warm in the east coast. showers and thunderstorms continue to plague us on saturday. and typical storms down along the northern gulf coast. by the time we get to sunday still very warm, very beautiful and much of the mid-atlantic we'll be watching a lot of tropical type downpours.
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senator kaineha for being here. it's always so exciting to have potential v upon. >> i am a big fan and i never miss an episode of the late show with stephen colbert. >> but i am going to hold your feet to the fire over the democratic platform. >> good because addressing the maintenance backlog will create countless challenges to meet the
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>> taking a page from hbo's veep. >> it got this bad as chicago o'hare. passengers sleeping on the floor after long tsa lines prevented them from making flights. >> i missed my ticket and the only available flight is tonight. >> leading the news this morning, remember those long tsa lines? they're now a thing of the past. now airlines across have wait times down to less than ten minutes. that is a big improvement from may's two-hour wait. so how did they do it? increased staffing and better coordination between tsa, the airports and airline officials. a philadelphia man suspected of driving under the influence literally knocked a police officer out of his shoes. surveillance video shows the moment of impact and we must warn you, you might find this disturbing.
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when he is knocked about 15 feet through the air. the driver was chased down by a tow truck driver who alerted police of his where abouts. the suspect is charged with aggravated assault and other related offenses. the officer suffered multiple nonlife threatening injuries and is recovering in stable condition. that is good news. rescue crews responded to this terrifying crash site yesterday. the small plane was trying to land when it reportedly hit the tree and slammed into the r two people removed from the plane had to be air lifted to area hospitals. no one was inside the home at the time of that crash. two hospitals are waiving medical bills for the victims of the pulse nightclub shooting. they expect to write off more than $5 million in unreimbursed costs. florida hospital which treated 12 incurred more than a half million dollars.
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free of charge. more than 50 people were wounded in the attack in june, 49 people died. president obama is expand a national marine sanctuary off the coast of hawaii four times its size. it will create the world's largest marine protected area. the marine national monument will contain nearly 600,000 square miles. more than twice the size of texas. the tours beg minneapolis. and today is national dog day. a chance to celebrate man's best friend and give your four-legged buddy a little extra love. here's a look at some of our staff's furry friends. aren't they cute? you're watching "early today." ? the sun'll come out tomorrow... ? for people with heart failure,
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>> you stole my line. that is really, really low. >> are you talking about me or your latest poll numbers? >> i don't know what's worse, the hair or the white around the eyes. >> the white around the eyes. >> it's hilarious. forbes has released the list of highest paid actors. it includes ben affleck and brad pitt. but rounding out the top three, matt d the rock. he takes number one. we haven't really seen jackie chan much. i'm sure this is how hollywood oversees movies. >> and endorsements true. >> but what's grabbing national head lines is the disparity between males and females. jennifer lawrence made just 71% of number one. >> she'd be sixth on the list for the men. so many are pointing out that it
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only 79 cents to a man's dollar so it doesn't matter where you are in that scale. >> we'd like to see the gaps close. they've been talking about that for many years. so would you want to know kfc's secret recipe? >> of course. >> his nephew may have shown the top secret recipe but yet it did include those famous herbs and sp they've been keeping it a secret for years. they've even used two different suppliers. i don't know. i don't want to know. >> that's a big oops on his part, though. somebody's in trouble if that's the case. this is "early today." at hillshire farm, spice is the spice of life. that's why our craftsmen season every sausage perfectly. so you can coax out great flavor effortlessly. hillshire farm. because it's worth doing right.
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was a prominent arab activist. this software can infect a fully upgraded iphone 6 and take over the camera and the microphone to snoop. meantime in other news around mylan triggered by hillary clinton, we've got the latest which is that the actress sarah jessica parker is trying to distance herself from the epipen. her son who's been severe allergies meant that parker was part of a short campaign she's taken to instagram to try and say that she's distanced herself from the company. she's disappointed, saddened about the epipen's price hike. >> all right. this is "early today." ? the sun'll come out tomorrow... ? for people with heart failure, tomorrow is not a given.
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good morning. i'm.. vince vitranohere's what's coming up on "live at daybreak"...police are investigating the third death of a 2-year-old in the last 10 days in milwaukee. also... the man shot and killed by a milwaukee police officer nearly two weeks ago
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good morning. i'm susan kim. kim.i'm susan good morning. i'm susan kim.i'm vince vio. after a rainy, warm and humid morning, yesterday afternoon